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Don't Stay Away
Written by Arthur Reid (as Arthur Stanley Reid)
Performed by Phyllis Dillon
Courtesy of Sanctuary Records Group Ltd
By arrangement with BMG Rights Management (US) LLC See more »
Trailer was better than entire film
Gosh, I wanted to love this! The trailer made me emotional every time I watched it. But the movie fell flat. What went wrong: chemistry was only felt during a few scenes, not enough dramatic background music to help set the mood, too many dizzying scenes, ending was strange and a little disjointed, idk. Best scene was in the karaoke bar but you already saw most of it in the trailer. Wait for video. 😔
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